Chromium 45 Beta Adds New ES2015 Features
Written by Michael Larabel in Google on 27 July 2015 at 01:39 PM EDT. 6 Comments
GOOGLE --
Google today rolled out the first beta of Chrome 45, their next major web browser version.

Chrome/Chromium 45 Beta is bringing new JavaScript ES2015 (formerly ES6) features including arrow functions, new Array methods, new TypedArray methods, and object.assign() support.

Chromium 45 Beta is also bring improvements for service workers, support for customized notification vibrations on Android, improvements to the Push API, and various security improvements.

More details on the 45 Beta release can be found via the Chromium Blog.
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